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that even if they get in ngo work they should be involved in election work. a big part of the last last, for example, was turned by people part of vast social networks that operated in the real world, too. this campaign was the highest point yet in our politics in america on the democratic side of using the social networks to activate people who worked door to door face to face with people. >> stephen: i understand that you don't use all of the internet. you don't e-mail, you don't facebook, you are not pinteresting. >> i do facebook. >> stephen: do you tweet? >> no, i think i'm insecure like it's -- you know, what if you tweet and nobody tweets back? what if you tweet and you have -- if you are -- there's nothing worse than a friendless tweeter. you are wandering around in cyberspace. i do a lot of -- i text with my family and with two my chief of staff on my cell phone. that's about it. you have to understand, when i became president there was no e-mail. then e-mail was largely interoffice. >> stephen: how did you communicate? >> telephone, snail mail. blah blah. what happened was. af
racism ended when we elected the first black president but it turns out he was just the opening act. because this song has united all americans not just black and white but latino, asian, muslim, pacific islander, inuit. all of us to join our voices as one and declare: this song sucks! ( cheers and applause ) i've got to say, this level of unifying suckage has inspired me to write my own awful song... ( cheers and applause ) ... in the hopes of bridging another deep cultural rift in america: the gay marriage divide. so tonight i'd like to present a song i'm calling "oopsy daisy homo phone." jim-it. ( cheers and applause ) ♪ to the man stretching next to me ♪ ♪ at the crunch gym down on main ♪ ♪ i hope you understand ♪ when i told you "god hates fags" the only thing i meant to say is i'm a skynyrd fan ♪ ♪ hey, mr. straight man, i wish you understand what it's like to live in the world when you look this good ♪ ♪ it don't make me a freak that i run six times a week i'd love to buy you a mojito, gossip and clear the air ♪ ♪ but i see your show each night and i t
millions of dollars to get elected to a legislative body known as the senate are making the argument there's really no point in making laws because criminals are just going to end up breaking them. ( laughter ). hey, man, let me ask you a question, to all the people in the senate-- ( applause ) "do your doors have locks on them?" because my guess is most criminals don't go, "ohey, everybody. locked." ( laughter ) and you know if these senators were consistent in their fundamental assertion that evil cannot be legislatorre legislat, i would disagree with them but i would not have the same disdain for them. there are situation where's the exact same people are much more willing to infringe upon constitutional freedoms through the power of legislation. >> we need new techniques in the wake of 9/11 in order to protect us. >> it's very important that we continue to give our law enforcement community every tool they need to protect americans. >> the authority given to the f.b.i. is a necessary change in our laws to combat the war on terror. >> the capabilities it needed to detect and deter terro
Search Results 0 to 11 of about 12 (some duplicates have been removed)